Galatia Films has been successfully coordinating with Johnny Depp’s publicist to set up an interview for our next upcoming Reclaiming the Blade film tentatively titled Sons of Fire. Famous Hollywood swordmaster Bob Anderson taught Johnny some of his now famous first swashbuckling moves and was featured in the original Reclaiming the Blade film just prior to his passing, leaving a legacy in Tinseltown that will likely never be repeated.
Galatia Films recently Announced the Reclaiming the Blade sequel, Sons of Fire which will be supported by the Middle-earth Network and feature interviews with two Narnia stars, Ben Barnes (Prince Caspian) and William Moseley (Chronicles of Narnia) along with the support from a horde of Narnia Fans.
The long awaited sequel to the #1 iTunes Documentary, Reclaiming the Blade, has officially been announced, with the recent launch of a new funding campaign. “This second film will have all the excitement of the first film including more great celebrity involvement and the best of the best sword teams, clubs, stunt trainers, blade-smiths and more,” says producer Marshall Wells, also known for working with Galatia Films on the popular webcast, Hobbit in 5.
In addition to exploring further with Hollywood stunt trainers, martial artist, and academic experts, this second documentary will focus on exploring the mysteries of the swordsmiths and their craft in making real historical blades just as they were created thousands of years ago.
Daniel McNicoll, director of the first Reclaiming the Blade film explains, “Partnering with us this time around on the epic journey will be two great stunt trainers Allen Poppleton and Brian Danner both of whom worked on the Narnia films training actors Ben Barnes and William Moseley, who portrayed both Prince Caspian and Sir Pete respectively from the Chronicles of Narnia series.”
With reviews from the New York Post and IGN naming the first film “Epic and grand!” and “Sensational and long overdue!”, it’s no small surprise that it won it’s way to become a #1 iTunes documentary. Produced with the support of The Lord of the Rings special effects team Weta Workshop and The Royal Armouries, the movie featured the voice of acclaimed actor John Rhys-Davies and included exclusive insights from Star Wars legend Bob Anderson and Lord of the Rings actors Viggo Mortensen, and Karl Urban.
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